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Video-Paper On the Mandela Effect
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"25,000 people took this quiz: http://www.quiz-maker.com/QRVR3A. Their results have been analyzed and guesses have been removed. Control experiments were included that indicate people who are extremely confident in their answers are likely to get them right 95% of the time or more. This study mostly rules out memory and mishearing as the likely cause of the Mandela Effect. The actual cause remains unknown and worthy of further study."






Unknown? Hardly.
Existence is not subject to time; time is subject to Existence.
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If people don't have an hour and a half spare to watch the video, they can read the 83-page paper here:
https://www.scribd.com/document/32296981...ed-History
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For those who are not Scribd subscribers...

Paper On the Mandela Effect

Which has this extraordinary claim..."NASA currently claims that there were 6 manned missions landing on the moon and there were 3 that orbited the moon...That said, the data that comes in is still pretty interesting in that only a third of the people answering pick between 3-10 missions were announced and the majority thinks it’s 0-2 or more than 10. 

Only 14% of professional astronomers thought it was 9 missions. Huh
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Dr. Tarrin Lupo, a chiropractor compares physiological changes in the human anatomy between the new and old reality. Dr. Lupo finished his training in 2000 and it matches current reality. He explains that something shifted in the 1990’s.

I’ve added quick links to the specific topics. Note: Dani Arnold McKenny uses strong language.

Quote:”Tarrin and I took an in depth look at the physiological changes to our human anatomy, from the "new" skeletal structure to size and placement of various organs in the human body, and discussed what the physical ramifications to these changes could be. From body pain that has developed without any previous injury or accident, to visual and auditory changes.”


4:50 - Universal donor blood type
7:53 - Kidneys
11:36 - other health professionals concur on the old reality.
16:22 - floating ribs, ribcage
24:20 - In the new reality the body is subpar and skull @ 25:45
39:54 - pelvis, coccyx, sacrum
53:50 - kidneys
1:20:13 - stomach, liver & subpar intestine



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(01-31-2018, 12:06 AM)Pssst Wrote: For those who are not Scribd subscribers...

Paper On the Mandela Effect

Which has this extraordinary claim..."NASA currently claims that there were 6 manned missions landing on the moon and there were 3 that orbited the moon...That said, the data that comes in is still pretty interesting in that only a third of the people answering pick between 3-10 missions were announced and the majority thinks it’s 0-2 or more than 10. 

Only 14% of professional astronomers thought it was 9 missions. Huh

There's even more dramatic evidence from this BBC News article. In this case the percentages actually changed while the article was being written:  LOL
"Some 60% of nine and 10-year-olds thought Sir Isaac Newton discovered fire, the survey for science campaign Birmingham Science City found.Despite these misconceptions, more children want to win a Nobel prize for science than the X Factor
...
Just under a half of boys (49%) correctly pinned down gravity as Newton's ground-breaking discovery, compared with 76% of girls.
Just over a third of boys said Newton discovered fire, while the remaining 16% either said he invented the internet, or discovered the solar system or America."
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/8565258.stm

[Edit: Sorry - the percentages didn't change within the article. I should have read it properly.]
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(01-30-2018, 03:06 PM)Pssst Wrote: "25,000 people took this quiz: http://www.quiz-maker.com/QRVR3A. Their results have been analyzed and guesses have been removed. Control experiments were included that indicate people who are extremely confident in their answers are likely to get them right 95% of the time or more. This study mostly rules out memory and mishearing as the likely cause of the Mandela Effect. The actual cause remains unknown and worthy of further study."






Unknown? Hardly.

How does the study mostly rule out memory and mishearing? Sorry, I haven't read it all yet..
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(02-01-2018, 05:08 AM)berkelon Wrote: How does the study mostly rule out memory and mishearing? Sorry, I haven't read it all yet..

Now that you have read it, are you any longer confused?
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(02-02-2018, 08:55 PM)Pssst Wrote: Now that you have read it, are you any longer confused?


Yes, still don't understand how they ruled out mishearing and memory.
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I've begun to wonder, with having once lived in a New Ager mindset, are we living in a probabilistic universe? Where choice on all levels can create powerful collective change? Ive become less and less convinced we live in a totally random universe as time has passed. Hell, with what psi experiments imply about non local consciousness and matter, it's not too out there. 

A lot of younger people like to think this is all some "sci fi" movie, but that's just the times talking. I see it in a more spiritual way then that, and there is way more suggestive signs of that rather then some alien run computer program being to blame. It's a useful metaphor for the situation, but stops there
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